Hamlet act 3 scene 2

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  • And Polonius, help them hurry.
  • Go! prepare for the play and do it the way I told you to, make it believable.
  • We will not disappoint you my lord.
  • I will help them my lord.
  • The two later agree in their realization that the king is guilty as he leaves when the player king has poison poured in his ear by his brother.
  • I think that the King may be responsible for my father's death, would you watch to see if he acts guilty while watching the play about murder?
  • Horatio, thou art e'en as just a man as e'er my conversation coped withal. (act III /scene II / line 52-53)
  • Of course my lord.
  • Thank you my lord!
  • May I lie in your lap Ophelia?
  • You have a  dirty mind, I meant only to use your lap as a pillow for my head
  • No!  We are in public, that is indecent!
  • Oh, well that is okay then.
  • No one will know I killed my brother Hamlet Sr.
  • Now that a month has passed since my dear husband's death I feel that it is time to move on, so yes, I will.
  • My beautiful queen here are some gifts, my love for you is true, won't you marry me? 
  • Was that the prologue or an engraving on a ring? It was so short.
  • Just like a woman's love is.
  • 'Tis brief my lord. (act III/scene II/line 149)
  • Your mother would like to speak with you (-Guildenstern and Rozencrantz)
  • Oh fine. I shall cut her, though with words instead of daggers.
  • I do not want to.
  • Your mother would like to see you now.
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